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HIPAA-Watch for Security Speeds Up Compliance Part One: Vendor and Product Information
HIPAA-Watch for Security is a tool designed to guide organizations through the risk analysis required by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act

hipaa policy  integrated into the assessment. HIPAA Watch for Security presents you with default values for threat frequencies based on local annual frequency estimates (LAFE) and standard annual frequency estimates . The LAFE value should be a function of your local information such as penetration test data and incident report data, and during phase II, you have the opportunity to modify the LAFE value or use the standard defaults that are built into the product. For example, if your organizational assets are in

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The Age of Audit: Identity and Access Management in Provision and Compliance


Organizations are overwhelmed with how to begin implementing identity and access management (IAM) solutions. They are scratching their heads and asking, "Where do I start?" Even after implementation, security and information protection must be continually improved while ensuring compliance with regulations. Auditors continue to ask: "Are the right controls in place?" "Are they effective?" Download this white paper to learn more about defining the steps necessary to understanding and deploying IAM, giving enterprises a roadmap to an effective IAM program.

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HIPAA-Watch for Security Speeds Up Compliance Part Two: Phase III and IV, and Product and User Recommendations


Once the user defines compliance case boundaries and establishes the data criteria in Phases I and II, the HIPPA-Watch for Security tool begins Phase III by launching the risk analysis engine, and concludes with Phase IV, which generates the report. Using the HIPPA-Watch for Security tool can help an organization comply with the Final Security Rule and help companies understand which safeguards can generate a greater return on investment.

hipaa policy  to actually see the HIPAA Final Security Rule, which is expressed as a control standard. This feature enables organizations to actually understand why they need to pay attention to a particular security policy and whether or not it is considered a required or addressable CFR. While Required CFRs are mandatory, addressable CFRs are optional. Relevant Technologies spent a considerable amount of time researching possible market competitors and was not able to find any other HIPAA security compliance Read More

E-mail Archiving: A Business-critical Application


Small and medium businesses are especially vulnerable to disruptions caused by e-mail loss, compliance demands, and the threat of e-discovery. Yet these companies may not have adequate resources to deal with these risks on their own. Learn how your business can benefit from e-mail archiving, and in particular a hosted e-mail archiving service, to combat data loss, and realize greater productivity and competitiveness.

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Records Management Becoming More Important Due to Compliance Regulations


Electronic media and corporate governance have complicated records management for enterprises. Properly defining information as corporate records and using a record management system can help enterprises meet regulatory compliance and reduce liability.

hipaa policy  (SEC) Rule 17-a, and HIPAA. In Europe, there is Basel II, as well as a wide range of governmental and environmental anti-trust regulations. Records Management Consequently, records management (RM) systems are becoming more important for organizations to manage their documentation and to make their records available. Records management is the practice of identifying, classifying, archiving, and destroying records in a controlled and traceable manner. Previously, RM involved hardcopy paper documents and Read More

Are You Adequately Protecting Your IT Infrastructure Components Inside the Firewall?


Components such as applications, databases, web servers, directories, and operating systems rely mostly on built-in security features. But passwords and privileges are hardly enough, considering that many users have elevated privileges and fail to follow established corporate procedures.

hipaa policy  You Adequately Protecting Your IT Infrastructure Components Inside the Firewall? Originally published - August 16, 2006 Networks are commonly protected by specialized software such as firewalls, antivirus, and network access control products to prevent unauthorized access and activity. Yet other IT infrastructure components, including applications, databases, web servers, directories, and operating systems rely mostly on the security mechanisms that come as part of the product’s built-in feature set. Read More

Case Study: Fair Isaac Corporation


Fair Isaac Corporation’s FICO scores—the global industry standard for objective, profitable risk assessment—are the most widely used consumer credit scores in the world. Fair Isaac was using a simple in-house license manager to protect new installations of the FICO score, but as new implementations spread around the world, the company decided it needed a new system to manage its licenses. Learn about its chosen solution.

hipaa policy  Study: Fair Isaac Corporation The Orion Network License Server Platform enables you to implement these functions: - As an Internet-based Product Activation Server - As an Internet-based License Key Distribution Server - As a scalable, high-availability Floating License Server Source: Agilis Software Resources Related to Case Study: Fair Isaac Corporation : License manager (Wikipedia) Case Study: Fair Isaac Corporation Software License is also known as : Business Software Licensing , Enterprise , Ent Read More

The Need for Vulnerability Management


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hipaa policy  with Regulations Healthcare ' HIPAA regulates the security and privacy of health data, including patient records and all individually identifiable health information. Financial Institutions ' Regulations such as the Basel II, MiFID, LSF and GLBA require IT controls to reduce risk and maintain the confidentiality and privacy of financial information. Merchants ' The Payment Card Industry, including American Express, Discover, JCB, MasterCard and Visa International mandate the protection of cardholder data Read More

Case Study: VAI Improves Customer Service with Business Portal


Vormittag Associates, Inc. (VAI) provides enterprise resource planning software and associated services to clients in the manufacturing, wholesale, and retail industries. To facilitate everyday business processes, VAI began to consider a business portal. As a software provider, VAI was intimately familiar with a number of portal products, and decided that IBM Workplace Services Express was best suited for the company.

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Congress Acknowledges Outdated Banking Laws


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hipaa policy  Acknowledges Outdated Banking Laws Event Summary On October 22, the White House and Congress agreed to change outdated US banking laws. Until this agreement was reached, the White House had promised to veto the banking reform bill. Details of the compromise are reportedly not yet disclosed. The new legislation hopes to replace banking laws written during the Depression era, with up-to-date Year 2000 era banking laws Currently, FDIC policy only encourages banks to perform information security Read More

Taming the SOA Beast - Part 2


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Choosing a solution for vulnerability management (VM) is a critical step toward protecting your organization’s network and data. Without proven, automated technology for precise detection and remediation, no network can withstand the daily deluge of new vulnerabilities that threaten security. This 12-point short list of considerations can help you determine what solutions will work best for your organization.

hipaa policy  us comply with PCI, HIPAA, SOX and other regulations? Compliance can be a major headache for IT departments that must produce documentation to prove an organization has implemented appropriate and effective security controls required by various laws and business regulations. Look for solutions that include these compliance reporting capabilities with easy-to-use templates that allow you to extract vulnerability and host configuration data to meet your specific reporting requirements. Can the solution Read More

Network Security Best Practices: Competitive Analysis


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